Nathan Focht and Blake Ellis on Marketplace Fairness Act

How would the Marketplace Fairness Act affect small- to medium-size ecommerce merchants? In this video taken June 4, 2013 at IRCE 2013, CommerceV3 founding partners say it will be a burden to those merchants.

And it’s not that their ecommerce clients do not want to pay an Internet sales tax: Focht says CV3’s clients want it to be simplified – maybe a flat tax – and that they want to be able to pay the tax correctly.

Adds Ellis, if multiple vendors are needed to get the sales taxes processed, the cost-per-order for small merchants would rise, and that would make business difficult for small- to medium-size ecommerce merchants.

When you’re done watching this video, here’s more about what the Marketplace Fairness Act means to you, according to Guy Mucklow of Postalcode Anywhere.

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